NASHiCS focuses on many aspects of health and safety affecting the care sector, their mission being to promote and improve health and safety in care practice. This is the third year NASHiCS have run the awards and the first year that Caremark has entered them. Open to anyone who works in the social care sector, the nominees come from all over the UK.
Commenting on her nomination as a finalist, Lynda Goldsmith said: “I am absolutely delighted to have been nominated. I am privileged to have been given the opportunity to develop a blended learning system of good quality that totally suits domiciliary care services.
This excellent learning tool enables our franchisees to give the best training to their care staff. It also means we are able to ensure a consistently high standard of training is rolled out across our network.”
Winners of the four categories will be announced during the NASHiCS Safety in Care Awards Luncheon at the 10th Anniversary National Learning & Development Forum on September 11, 2014, at the Kassam Stadium, Oxford.
Published: 7 July 2014
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